The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1945 · Page 14
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: t'' ',' 1 s fi «?*:'S £ i h s^w*^'^' ' : i-£Si4£;!$^ ;^fl§|ll||: : lf ; ;ilf«li jJij^iQ^&i-ij^^ •'M^fcil Society ftuii Ofrt Wed* ift We**— In a double ring cerpmbny t»r- fdfnied In Holy Rosriry church> West SisUte, Wash'., La Vonne K. fcthgsdorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, P. A. Ringsdoff Of Hurt And ftriyntond J. Mdore, MoMM 1-bj son of Alex Moore of Detroit, Mich:, were married Tuesday, Oct 16. The bride was attended •by an old friend, Lt. (jg) Margaret Callahan, Navy nurse, who graduated with her from nurses training. The groom was attended by Henry Andreade, a Navy shipmate. .La Vonne graduated from Burt high in 1^39, worked in the county AAA office, and graduated after three years of nurses training from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, in, 19*3. Since then she has nursed in St. Mary's hospital, Long Beach, Cal. Marriage Announced— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly of Gerled announced the marriage of their niece, Deloris Mayne, to Pvt. Arden E. Anderson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Anderson of Ledyard. The double ring ceremony took place in the Parachute School Chapel of Ft. Bennine. Georgia, Oct. 6. Following the ceremony friends of the bride and groom attended a wedding dinner in Columbus, Georgia. . . Pvt. and Mrs. Anderson attended Ledyard high school and l)oth are graduates of the class of 1943 . Pvt. Anderson is stationed at Ft. Benning and is a member of. Company K, First Parachute Draining Regiment. . The newlyweds are residing at 06 Austin Loop, Fort Benning, 'a.. - . famiHefl; of Algoha, Mr. and Mrs. Van • ttansen and family of Lu Verne;- v Mr. and Mts. Archie j Struthefs and family of Ottosen, Mr. '&m -Mrs.'' fed HooVer and family of near Titonka and Mr. and 'Mrs 1 '.' Loyal Young and family of Hear Algona. Birthday for Theo Mts. Theo Goeders gave a' birthday dinner Sunday at her home in honor of her husband s 86th, bifhday. Attending were Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Cox, Grant Sample, Capitofa Sample, Susie Goeders, Nina Duryea, Mrs. M.' J. Jones, Algona, and Henry Priester, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs.' George Simon, St.. Benedict./The Goeders expect to go to California about the first of the year. They have spent several winters at Long" Beach, but remained in Algona 4ast winter. i Engagement Announced— M,r. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whittemore announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Jane to yfm. Rakers, son of Mr, and MrS. Herman Rakers of Quincy, '111. The wedding will take place Monday, Nov. 5, at St. Michael's church, Whittemore. Mr. A Rakers is a senior clerk in the ^department of Interior in Chicago. Mrs. Reding has been employed there also until recently. , ' _____ ' 50 at Burt Party— Mr; and Mrs. C. H. Clement and daughters Ruth Ann and Cnarlene went to Burt, Sunday, where a family gathering of about' .50 persons met at the home: of Mr. . and Mrs. Harold Angus to visit with Archie Curran, -ndphow . of Mrs.- Clement Sorority Regular Meeting— - The Alpha Psi Chapter No. 535 pf. Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the clubroom with 17 members present. Plans were made for a rummage sale to be held November 10. A formal •banquet for the initiation of the new rushees has been set for Tuesday evening, November 6, at George's Cafe. Girls about to become pledges in the sorority are: Shirley Larson, Helen Brown, Jean Godden, Joyce Jasperson, and Dorothy Schmidt. Lessons were given by Shirley Pratt, Mary Frances Carney, and Ruth Butts. who has recently ibfefeft discharged from ' service. Mis mSther, Mrs. Bernice Curr<an of .filufe Earth was among those jifesent, Bel danio ProjfrariiM The Bel Cahtb 'club 'held one Of its regular meetinf s Wednesday evening at the Congregational church. A program ,6f ,-organ music was given by MrS; Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. Leota Geigel find Mrs. Veda Murtaghr A Vocal number -was given toy Mrs. Cecelia Sullivan accompanied by Mrs. Veda Murtagh. .".'.; Wed 20 Year*— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait celebrated their twentieth wed-' ding anniversary. October 15 at' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wallukait in Humboldt. Twenty- one guests were present. A wedding cake was prepared for the j couple and , their host and host- > I ess had been their bridal attend- j ants. " . Plan Open House—The Rev. and Mrs. John P. Clyde will hold open house at the Congregational .Manse, 321 South Moore street, on Tuesday '• evening, October "30, from 7:30 ' until 10 p. m. All friends are | invited. ' .' » 'congregational Circle— i The No. 3 Circle of the Congre! gational church will meet at Mrs. ! Lloyd Wellendorf's Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Betty Granzow is chairman of the circle. Spirit Max Bartholomew is here visiting his parents;arid'-has a 30- day delay en route, after which, he will go to Santa Ana, Ca\. He arr.ived Friday from Clinton and wiil enter, the convalescent hos- : pital in Santa Aria. ; : , ; j - Mi,'''fai'-'M*i t ,$i spent , tfift Lake ahd< Mr, tnti „_. and dftUghtefV JDoHs' Jeflft, were weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Charles jjiyingstStt. Mri.C, H. Ca»*y enjoyed a visit front Thursday MU1 Sunday from 1 her mbthSir Mrs. Jake Hbfbirtier 6f s Lakota. Mrii Frank Merit of : Maivern left for her home'Tfoe>s$ay after spending 'a tweek at the home of her son Gene Mertis. ; 't , • Mrs, Jfak* Wiedernanf Burke, S. D.,' is here for a few weeks' visit at the home of he'r daughter MrS. T. H. Vaughn. Mrti -John Bohawnon winl ie Wesley --tost midweek where she stayed oVer night with her sister, Mrs. Thbra Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Bunkofske were : . Sunday visitors • at t|ie honle Of the latter's sister, Mts. Rufiis Olthof fat Lakota. Fred Kent Jr. called his par* ents Tuesday from Newport News, Va'., and expects to be •home in a Week or two. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell of Perry were«weekehd guests at the home of their daughter Mrs. Homer Tuttlc and family. Don Clapsaddle. son • 61. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle, has received his discharge at Fort Sheridan and. is now at home. Mr. and Mrs. Sigdel Fardall of Fores,i City' spent' the' weekend at the homii of the latter's parents, Mr. ahd •.•Mrs. R. S. Blossom. In hon6r of her little eon Ken- , BuhkOfske .efttertainea MX bf hli playftiates MoMfly alferwdfl., ? Mti. Litiiift 2l*fc tite* frtdw from Cedar Falls for ii; Visit wltft her' daughter Mrs. L F, ASfi. She returned to her; horne TueSiafiy. .•••. Mel*ifl 0. P6*\&M, 'wfeSwi* home on a Set-day furiougM with his mother, Mrs, Jane Perkins; has returned to Portsmouth, the faetiif^ 61 ih* schools will have a ",wi ty at the home of Mrs. Ferguson Tuesday evening, Oct. '23 • ' 7 •"'."'.-'' i Mr, and Mrs. WillUm MW»ln»k of Wesley and Mr.,and Mrs;':.Jos.. BesteHlehner were • Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos. Angle. •• •: \-- " -. '•• .'.' ,..••"'"•••'-" Mr. aM Mts. Barney CMl»* left Tuesday for Gridley, where they will spend the wjnter with' Mr. Casler's daughter;, Mrs. 'L«e Green. ".'••' , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eltchald returned the latter part pf .the week from Carroll where they had visited relatives the .previous week. ... Mrs. Dan Engesser and liitl* son went to Bancroft Tuesday .for a week's visit with her late husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Engesser. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough a*« spending this week in North Dakota where they own som? 900 acres of farm land. The crops up there are the best they have been for years. The Houghs .are making the trip by auto with Mrs. Hough at the wheel. • SUNDAY, MONDAY, OCT. 28-29 T Casler Family Parly— • A. family supper was enjoyed last Saturday at the home of Mrs. Cora Casler in honor of Earl Armstrong M. M. 2-c. who is lo- oated at Joliet, 111., and also honoring the fourth birthday of Richard Casler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casler. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Armstrong and infant son of Livermore where Mrs. Armstrong is making her home while her husband is away, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casler and family, Mr. and ,Mrs. PaUl Schneider and family, Mrs'. Otis Moore and family and Adrian Casler. Family Picnic Dinner— ; In honor of Mrs. C. A. Norwood who is visiting relatives here, a famaly picnic dinner was hqlrt Sunday at the Call state park.'Those attending were Mrs. J...D. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs; Dean-Andrews of near Burt, the Ray, 'Harry and Cleve Barton Sfe; THURS., FRI., SAT., OCT. 25-26-27 —Co-Hit— KING or m WILD WEST, ml HU Horn "FALCON" • AL Cutf) ST. 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